Strategic Immigration Support for HR Teams

We understand how challenging it can be for HR professionals to keep abreast of all the changes in laws which will impact your existing and future migrant population.

To assist HR teams, we provide a full range of services from helping with a Sponsor Licence application, reviewing HR policies and systems, and staying compliant under the points based system, to briefing a new Authorising Officer and advising on prevention of illegal working.

You may also require strategic advice for your senior executives who wish to eventually settle in the UK with their family. We can, as far as possible, minimise the risks and help these staff members to steer a path through the complex immigration rules to achieve their ultimate goal of British nationality.

Businesses are never static, so when you need legal advice in other areas, perhaps following a merger or acquisition, or a TUPE transfer, not only can we advise on the sponsor licensing reporting requirements, but as a full service law firm, we can also involve our colleagues working in employment or corporate law, for example, to provide you with complementary advice and a seamless service.

Recent example of work

  • Acting for a global law firm in respect of their UK immigration needs, including the transfer of senior staff, a strategy to bring specialists into the UK, trainee and internship programmes and permissible activities under the business category.

WHAT IS SAID ABOUT US

Always prompt and factual... Kingsley Napley LLP provides "an excellent level of service"

Legal 500 UK

Kingsley Napley leads the immigration outfits in the UK"

Who's Who Corporate Immigration

The practice has gone from strength to strength.The group is 'at the top of its game,' whilst clients are keen to highlight that the department is 'extremely informative and good at reporting policy changes'..." 

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Interviewees agree that Kingsley Napley is home to a superb team of immigration lawyers"

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Absolutely superb” 

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Top of the tree, with admirable depth and breadth” 

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Genuinely ground-breaking work that requires this firm’s impressive brainpower” 

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Kingsley Napley LLP has ‘enormous experience and great depth of practice'" 

Legal 500 UK

 

For more information about our immigration services please contact Nicolas Rollason at nrollason@kingsleynapley.co.uk or a member of the team.

Always prompt and factual’" Kingsley Napley LLP provides "an excellent level of service"

Legal 500 UK

"Kingsley Napley leads the immigration outfits in the UK"

Who's Who Corporate Immigration

​"Interviewees agree that Kingsley Napley is home to a superb team of immigration lawyers"

Chambers UK, A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession

Strategic Immigration Support for HR Teams Insights

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News

Immigration update: Tier 2 - changes to certain minimum salary levels

Immigration update: Tier 2 - shortage occupation list to be expanded

KN Global Immigration Update - January 2019

KN Global Immigration Update - December 2018

Immigration News Round Up 2018

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Blogs

New Immigration Rules - implications for the NHS

How should employers handle immigration status?

KN Global immigration update - May 2018

KN Global immigration update - April 2018

KN Global immigration update - March 2018

KN Global immigration update - February 2018

KN Global immigration update - January 2018

The pitfalls of employee immigration status

Banks required to carry out 70 million immigration checks every quarter

Home Office tightens the Sponsor Licence compliance screws on IT service providers

Brexit – Trust is hard earned and easily lost for EU citizens in the UK

Brexit and European mobility from the Italian angle

Immigration update - How will triggering Article 50 impact employers of EU nationals?

Theresa May signals an end to free movement and leaves EU citizens here and British citizens abroad in limbo

Immigration update - changes to Immigration Health Surcharge, criminal record checks and document retention rules

“Fair” dismissal after failing to prove the right to work in the UK

Webinar - Update on the latest immigration rule changes

Was the 28-day grace period for overstaying really inconsistent with the need to comply with the UK’s immigration laws?

Immigration update - Further expansion of UK Registered Traveller Service

Has ‘immigration’ become the political trump card?

New digital visa application service for visitor visas

Reflections on the impact of the UK’s recent and future hostile migration environment

Biometric Residence Permits and National Insurance numbers

The challenges in managing international assignments for UK based employees – where to next?

Immigration Act 2016 - introducing changes to criminal sanctions for employers

Webinar: UK internships - visa implications

Coming soon: The Immigration Bill 2015

Webinar: Tier 2 Changes – “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”

The Home Office announces changes to Tier 2

Targeting the wrong people and shooting itself in the foot - the MAC proposes significant changes to the Tier 2 sponsored immigration route

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